Updates (Little Witches+)

9 Nov

Hi, everyone

It’s been a very mixed week.  On one hand, The Truthful Lie and Debt of War came out in close succession.  (If you liked them, please review.)  On the other, we’ve been having home improvements done, which made it impossible to do much of anything past Monday.

I’ve just completed the first run-through of Little Witches, following the feedback I got from beta-readers.  Lots of little changes … some bigger than others.  I’m hoping to have it published within the month, but there are two more edits to come (and we still need a cover, of course.)  I intend to write the next three books in a fairly tight stream, for reasons that will become apparent in Little Witches.

I also intend to start work on Fighting for the Crown (Ark Royal) tomorrow.

I hope you’re all keeping well <grin>.

Chris

PS – we’re still looking for stories for Fantastic Schools. Why not write one? <grin>

9 Responses to “Updates (Little Witches+)”

  1. Roger Strahan November 9, 2020 at 7:05 pm #

    Looking forward to next releases. Have sent in a submission for Fantastic Schools. I just wish I could write even half as fast as you.

  2. Someone November 9, 2020 at 7:35 pm #

    Is there a date for “The Family Name”?

    • chrishanger December 2, 2020 at 3:45 pm #

      My plan is to write in January.

      Chris

      • Someone December 5, 2020 at 6:48 pm #

        Cool. Isabella’s character has great potential. I hope you make her story epic.

  3. William Ameling November 10, 2020 at 7:17 pm #

    I got Debt of War several days ago on my Kindle from Amazon.com.

  4. Geoffrey Britain November 11, 2020 at 4:23 am #

    I just finished Debt of War and wish to relate how much I enjoyed such a fine story. That said, I wish that the King’s perfidy had not been revealed at the end of Debt of Honor.

    As an American, I’d like to respond to Mr. Nuttall’s closing statement in the Afterword regarding the horrors of a possible 2nd American Civil War in which he states, “The only way to stop such a catastrophe is to seek compromise.”

    Compromise is a two way street. When one side is unwilling to do so, compromise is not an option and surrender or “politics by other means” are the only options that remain.

    The republican party has been trying to compromise for decades, all for naught.

    We are now at the point where we are close to a binary choice; 1984 or 1776.

    This election has seen such a massive amount of voter fraud by the democrats as to be undeniable by any fair minded observer. I don’t expect to persuade any reader of this comment not already aware of the democrat party’s intentions but I am confident that if the democrats manage to steal this election (and the fraud is beyond honest dispute), then events will prove out my assertions. Many prominent democrats are already on record as demanding severe punishment for anyone who supported Donald Trump.

    No sane person wants a civil war but when the ‘choice’ is reduced to ‘living’ on one’s knees or fighting for liberty… then only one honorable course remains.

  5. Ethir Nandor November 11, 2020 at 6:39 pm #

    I am still hoping that Emily’s story does not end after those 3 books, but this certainly wets my appetite.

  6. Andy York November 17, 2020 at 8:29 pm #

    I think I have spotted a typo in Debt of War. What is the proper way to let Chris know so he can check it out?

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